Automobile accidents are often unpredictable circumstances which can involve many complications. Whether it’s a minor or severe collision, many individuals are forced to deal with all the implications that come after being involved in an auto accident on their own, a frustrating process that frequently ends with victims being on the losing end of their benefits. Injured and without a car, approaching the best course of action following an auto accident doesn’t need to be a difficult circumstance and we know the best procedures to help you recover from your situation.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 2.6 million individuals are injured each year in automobile accidents, accounting for 95 percent of all injury causing accidents on the roads. During a car crash, the sudden force of the impact can commonly cause subluxations or spinal misalignments in the body, a condition where the complex structures surrounding the spine are affected, distorting the normal alignment of the vertebra, irritating nerves, ligaments, and discs, overall affecting their natural function and your health.
Throughout the years I’ve treated many individuals, it’s always been a priority for me to accommodate to each person’s best interests and help them understand the best choice of options for their entitled benefits following an auto collision. With my experience, I can offer guidance and recommendations on the leading specialists that can support you with your individual automobile accident case as well as help you recover from any possible injuries or conditions resulting after the auto collision. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.